Heriot-Watt University, Earl Mountbatten Building, EM1.83
|1010-1040||Processing quantum information in disordered media by wavefront shaping, Hugo Defienne, Glasgow University|
|1040-1110||Rejecting observer-independence in quantum theory, Alexander Pickston, Heriot-Watt|
|1125-1210||Quantum Photonics using 2D materials (invited), Vinod Menon, IEEE distinguished lecturer 2019, City University of New York|
|1210-1230||Quantum dots in two-dimensional heterostructures, Mauro Brotons Gisbert, Heriot-Watt|
|1315-1415||Lab tours (optional) & “Open space” discussion|
|1415-1435||Cooling of impurity atoms by a reservoir gas, Rosaria Lena, Strathclyde|
|1435-1455|| Ancilla controlled quantum computation for discrete and continuous variable hybrid systems, Viktor Nordgren, St Andrews|
|1455-1515|| Sampling matching and its applications in verification, Niraj Kumar, Edinburgh University|
|1530-1550|| Skyrmion structure in vector beams, Scarlett Gao, Glasgow University|
|1550-1610||Generative Machine Learning, Brian Coyle, Edinburgh University|
|1610-1630||Quantum E-voting, Nikolas Lamprou, Edinburgh University|
|1630||Closing remarks (AF) and potential campus pub visit|
The next QUISCO meeting will take place at the University of Glasgow on Wednesday 20th June 2018, from 10am to 5pm.
More details to follow.
For further information or if you are interested giving a talk, please contact Sarah Croke (sarah [dot] croke [at] glasgow [dot] ac [dot] uk)
The first QUISCO meeting for 2018 will take place at the University of Edinburgh, School of Informatics on Tuesday 30th January 2018, from 10am to 5pm. The venue will be at Informatics Forum (link), 4th floor at Mini Forum 2 (room 4.40).
More details can be found here.
For further information or if you are interested giving a talk, please contact Petros Wallden (petros [dot] wallden [at] gmail [dot] com)
There will be a QUISCO meeting in Edinburgh Informatics on Monday 8th December 2014, details here.
We are having our Christmas QUISCO meeting in St. Andrews on Tuesday 10th December. The meeting is going to have a light Christmas atmosphere of introducing new people who has joined us in the recent time. We will have a number of talks, less technical this time but introducing new research topics in quantum information.
The meeting programme is now available.
If you would like to attend, please email Dr Natalia Korolkova for catering purposes.
Dear QUISCO members, QUISCO-philles and associated wonderful people,
It is our pleasure to invite you to the very first QUISCO Wine and Cheese Event, on Friday, 2nd December 2011, at University of Edinburgh’s Informatics Forum. The Event will commence at 5pm at the 4th floor miniforum. Kids, partners, friends are most welcome to join!
Mission and vision: The idea is to institutionalise this event every first Friday of the month, where quantum and non-quantum people can socialize, discuss, and enjoy great wine and cheese in a very informal friendly atmosphere:
Students: you get to bug your supervisors
Supervisors: you get to converse your students
Researchers in general: mingle, discuss, expand your interests and start new collaborations!
During the course of the first event we will also brainstorm a bit about the actual format of the Events to come, based on the heart’s desires of the attendees.
For the reasons of simplicity, for the first Event, it is a BYOB & C festivity: contribute with a bottle of wine or juice, and ofc. cheese if you can. Please do us the honor and join us to make this fun idea a success!!
For any additional information feel free to contact me at the following e-mail address and cell phone number:
email: vd51 (at) hw ac uk
cell: +44 7907 980 936
Hope to see you soon!
p.s. If you choose to join us at a later stage of the event, please keep my number